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BCOM 524 Persuasive Management Communication: International Communication Styles
Use keywords like corporate culture or organizational behavior or cross-cultural communication or business etiquette to your country's name see what turns up.Use the "Sort by" drop down to sort your results by relevance. Click on Advanced Search to see a link to Country Profiles section, too.
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Resources on International Cultures
Use these databases to find out about a country's culture. Use what you learn to hypothesize about potential communication differences and other things to be aware of when doing business or traveling or communicating in this country.
Use the Global Insights tab and then Insights by country to look up your country. You will be pointed to various relevant resources, including Culture, History and a list of the top Corporations in that country.
Look at the People and Society section for your country to get a quick overview of demographics.
The Communication section focuses on infrastructure (telephone lines, etc.), not interpersonal communication.
Hofestede's Cultural Dimensions describes the effects of a society's culture on the values of its members, and how these values relate to behavior. Used widely in the study of cross-cultural communication.